TAM MILITARY AIRLINES BOLIVIA
As I see you now know, I was unable to find a webpage for Bolivian TAM -- although there are unrelated Brazilian and Paraguyan TAM sites. Bolivian TAM has something like 117 aircraft, including old DC-3's and various seized smuggler's aircraft.
More accessible are crash statistics for Bolivian TAM:
ASN Aviation Safety Database - TAM (click on incident/accident links for more info).
LAB (LLoyd Aero Boliviano, S.A.), the oldest Bolivian airline (1925) - 13 Boeing 727/737/767 class jets and 1 Fokker
F-27 turboprop aircraft:
Lab flies both within and outside of Bolivia. LAB route map:
AeroSur (primarily Bolivian in-country flights) - they have an aircraft inventory of seven 727/737's and 1 "nostalgia flights" DC-3. Their AeroSur Pass is lets you fly to 4 Bolivian cities in 45 days for USD $250:
AeroSur destinations map:
Líneas Aéreas Canedo (LAC), a small (1 DC-3 and one newer 4 passenger 680S Aerocommander) Bolivian in-country airline:
I find this page for TAM Bolivia
The official web page is:
As usual, the website is down or nonexistent www.tam.bo
Try www.boa.bo (Boliviana de Aviacion) for good fares and promotions. I left Cochabamba for Lpz this morning, the flight was on time, friendly crew, nice n neat. However theyacutere serving only La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz and Tarija. I think theyacutere planning to add Cobija and Sucre in the near future.